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on this monday morning, fox news alert. afghanistan's president karzai says security has been restored there after one of the biggest attacks in the capital city of kabul. take a look at this new video out of afghanistan where fighting between taliban militants and afghan forces have left at least five people dead. dozens more injured. a taliban spokesman says that 20 armed militants stormed the capital city targeting several government buildings. reports say several people were killed after separate homicide attack outside a kabul shopping center. that man right there who breached security at jfk airport causing the terminal to be evacuated said he did it by mistake. he says he got lost while trying to leave the airport to find a taxi. he was returning to new york from haiti where he fled the earthquake. the security breach delayed dozens of flights and travelers waited hours to be rescreened. he's now free on bail right now. of course, martin luther king jr. day today. a day when we remember the civil rights leader's "i have a dream" speech. >> yes, we're passing through a hard wint
karzai expected to continue to push for the removal of certain taliban figures from this list as part of a reconciliation effort. a yale lab technician is hit with a new murder charge now in the death of 24-year-old annie lei. raymond clark is now charged with felony murder. clark pleaded not guilty to that charge and one count of murder. under the felony murder law, prosecutors don't have to prove the killing was intentional. he's accused of strangling her and stuffing her body inside a wall in september. the motive for that killing remains unclear. all right. let's check out the weather picture. >> yep and the weather picture, take a look in southern california right now. as you can see in the doppler, there was some precipitation and look at how the rains have left garbage on california shores from all the erosion, these video pictures are from pacifica. all the stuff that washed up and they collected it as well they should. and there are a number of buildings ta are about to fall in as well because the erosion has chewed up the ground underneath it. real quickly, take a look at th
as afghanistan's president, karzai says he's willing to talk to taliban leaders if they're willing to renounce violence but on their web site, the taliban says it rejects any reconciliation plan. an amazing rescue. 15 days after that horrific earthquake in haiti. a 17-year-old girl is pulled alive from the rubble of a college building. she was rushed to a nearby hospital and is being treated for severe dehydration. relief workers say they're dangerously low on food supplies. there are some reports of violence as starving haitians lined up at checkpoints to got a bite to eat or a drink of water. and there's more trouble for toyota. the company is expanding its recall over problems with the gas pedals to europe now. also this morning, toyota included another one million vehicles in the recall in the u.s. toyota has stopped selling eight very popular models here. the gas pedals can get stuck apparently. to see if your car is affected, go to foxnews.com. there's all your headlines. >> coming up, the president laid out a plan to create jobs across the country and in florida by building a high speed
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